Catholic faith a ‘main factor’ in speaking Irish in North

Catholic faith a ‘main factor’ in speaking Irish in North Queen's University Belfast.
A new study from Queen’s University Belfast shows that being Catholic is one the “main factors” in speaking Irish in the North. The report, which draws on census data from the Northern Ireland Longitudinal Study, shows that 91% of people who were raised Catholic have knowledge of the Irish language. Catholics are four times more…
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